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September 20, 2011

S.C. Prep Football Media Poll (Sept. 20)

A close win over a Class AAAA school was enough to keep Myrtle Beach ranked No. 1 in the Class AAA rankings of the S.C. Prep Football Media Poll, released Tuesday afternoon.

The Seahawks remain the lone Grand Strand team in the top 10 of the any class rankings. In other news, Myrtle Beach dipped to No. 25 in the USA Today Super 25 national poll after that 31-24 victory over South Florence.

Class 4A
1. Gaffney (1)
2. Lexington (2)
3. Goose Creek (3)
4. North Augusta (5)
5. Greenwood (6)
6. Northwestern (8)
7. Dutch Fork 7)
8. Byrnes (4)
9. Stratford (NR)
10. Easley (10)

Class 3A
1. Myrtle Beach 1
2. South Pointe 2
3. Belton-Honea Path 3
4. Bluffton 4
5. Airport (5)
6. Blue Ridge 6
7. Fairfield Central 7
8. Hartsville 8
9. Greer (10)
10. Chester (NR)

Class 2A
1. Dillon 1
2. Strom Thurmond 2
3. Woodruff 3
4. Timberland 4
5. Columbia 6
6. Central 8
7. Newberry (10)
8. Indian Land (9)
9. Barnwell (NR)
10. Silver Bluff 5

Class A
1. Hemingway 1
2. Abbeville 2
3. Chesterfield 6
4. Fox Creek (4)
5. Bamberg-Ehrhardt 3
6. Calhoun County 5
7. Williston Elko 8
8. Landrum (10)
9. Johnsonville (NR)
10. Ridgeland (NR)

The S.C. Prep Media Poll is conducted by The State with voting from Barry Byers, Rock Hill Herald; Ben Breiner, Greenwood Index-Journal; Bob Castello, Greenville News; Chris Dearing, The State; Ian Guerin, Myrtle Beach Sun News; Cam Huffman, Aiken Standard; Justin Jarrett, The Island Packet; Kevin Melton, Spartanburg Herald Journal; Akilah Nelson, The State and Adam Regan, Anderson Independent Mail

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